Reach your career goals faster with flexible education from Red River College Polytechnic. Follow the step-by-step guide below to successfully register for a part-time program, course, seminar or workshop.
Online registration and payment is the quickest and easiest way to register, and is processed much faster than paper registration and other payment methods.
If you are starting, changing or advancing your career, RRC Polytech has the right part-time education for you, with hundreds of programs and courses to choose from.
Before applying, ensure you have reviewed your program’s admission requirements and confirmed you can meet the requirements and related deadlines.
Once you have submitted your registration and made payment, you will need to provide any required documentation based on the information noted in your program’s admission requirements.
There are several convenient ways to register for your part-time education offering.
Register quickly and easily through the Catalogue online registration system by checking prerequisites, adding your desired part-time education offering to the shopping cart and paying with a credit card (Visa or Mastercard only, no Visa Debit).
Note: For part-time programs that require application, please visit How to Apply.
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|Phone||Visa or Mastercard. No Visa Debit.||See Contact Us page ›|
|In person – Notre Dame Campus – School of Continuing Education||Visa, Mastercard, cheque (excluding post-dated cheques), money order or debit card||See Contact Us page ›|
|In person – Notre Dame Campus – Student Service Centre||Visa, Mastercard, cheque (excluding post-dated cheques), money order, debit card or cash||See Student Service Centre page ›|
|In person – Exchange District Campus – Student Service Centre||Visa, Mastercard, cheque (excluding post-dated cheques), money order, debit card or cash||See Student Service Centre page ›|
|Visa, Mastercard, cheque (excluding post-dated cheques) or money order. No cash or Visa Debit.||See Student Records and Forms page ›|
Note: When registering by phone or mail, please do so at least 10 days prior to your class start date to ensure your registration receipt containing important class information is mailed and received before your first class.
Employers/Organizations can sponsor their employees/clients to take a part-time program, course, seminar or workshop with RRC Polytech.
When you receive your invoice from RRC Polytech, payment can be made by Visa, Mastercard, cheque or money order. Cash and Visa Debit are not accepted.
Note: The form submission must come from the employer, not the student. However, the Registration Statement will be emailed to the student and the sponsor will be emailed the invoice for payment.
Should vacancies exist in part-time courses offered by the School of Continuing Education after all fee-paying students are accommodated, individuals 60 years of age or older will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and will be exempt from the payment of the tuition fees. All other program fees must be paid by such student. Proof of age reasonably acceptable to the Registrar may be required.
If registering online, a confirmation page will appear once you’ve successfully completed your registration. You will also receive an email confirmation to the email address you provided.
Voicemail registrations will be confirmed by phone within three working days, and a receipt will be mailed to you.
Note: Registration receipts contain information about your course start date, classroom location, course prerequisites and parking and serve as confirmation of your payment.
Login information will be mailed to you within the next three to five business days following your registration.
Registration confirmations will be displayed in your Self Service account one business day after your registration.
Students enrolling in Part-time and Online Education courses may be required to purchase textbooks and materials via the RRC Polytech Campus Store. Student booklists will be available approximately three weeks prior to scheduled course start dates. Please ensure materials are purchased in advance, to be available for the start date.
If you are not able to register online, you may submit a PDF version of the Part-time Registration Form or the Sponsorship Authorization for Part-time Students Form.
Once completed, email the PDF form or print and mail it. Contact information can be found on the form.
We encourage you to register online when possible. A paper registration form may take longer to process, and could affect your place on a waitlist.
Additionally, you will not be able to electronically upload required documents, check the submission status of your registration, or update your personal information (email or home address, phone number, etc.) outside of regular College business hours.
Computers are available for use at RRC Polytech’s Notre Dame Campus Student Service Centre, RRC Polytech’s libraries, public libraries and high schools.
Paper registration is not available for Youth Camps.
Answers to frequently asked questions about registration topics can be found in the sections that follow.
When a promotional rebate is applied to a program, course, seminar or workshop offered through the School of Continuing Education, the following conditions apply:
Refunds for Part-time and Online Education offerings may be available.
If, due to unforeseen circumstances, you cannot complete your self-directed course by the designated end date (identified on your Registration Statement), you may request an eight-week extension of your studies, with payment of the applicable fee. You must make these arrangements three weeks prior to the course end date by filling out the CE/DE Online Education Extension Request form (MP081).
Note: Only one extension is allowed per course. Extensions are not allowed on term courses.
RRC Polytech campuses are located on the lands of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininew, Dakota, and Dené, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.
We recognize and honour Treaty 3 Territory Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, the source of Winnipeg’s clean drinking water. In addition, we acknowledge Treaty Territories which provide us with access to electricity we use in both our personal and professional lives.